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Perhaps.  I've just come across my notes where I had noted some of the 
past discussions:

https://listserv.brown.edu/archives/cgi-bin/wa?A2=TEI-L;7aafda22.1209

https://listserv.brown.edu/archives/cgi-bin/wa?A2=TEI-L;119ec446.1408

On 11/16/15 2:34 PM, Lou Burnard wrote:
> This is what @decls is for, right?
>
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> On 16/11/15 18:58, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
>> Ah, I see now.  I forgot to list my fifth assumption (that you wanted
>> to describe the whole TEI document, not a portion of it).
>>
>> The problem you face reminds me quite a bit of the struggles of those
>> digitizing journals in TEI.  They have to figure out whether the TEI
>> document corresponds to an individual journal article, an issue, a
>> volume, or the whole run of the journal.  If they choose anything
>> above the level of the article, they're going to need to apply
>> metadata of various sorts to a portion of the TEI document. I've been
>> meaning to write up a summary of the approaches to this problem that
>> people have suggested in the past on this list, but till I get to
>> that, you might look through the archives and see if any of those
>> approaches feel appropriate for your situation.
>>
>> Kevin
>>
>> On 11/16/15 9:40 AM, Dot Porter wrote:
>>> Thanks for answering my query, Kevin, but what I want to do isn't
>>> actually that simple. The context is a model I'm working up for physical
>>> collation, where I want to apply terms to specific leaves, not to an
>>> entire document.
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