In the past, I've written XQuery modules which populate a particular sequence of elements in order (adding in the relevant values and returning the result). I had a brief discussion with Philip Fennell today who informed me of a useful aspect of XQuery: Element and Attribute constructors.
Below is an example of how they can be used with MarkLogic - hopefully useful if you want to generate sequences from the raw components: name and value pairs:
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