28 is the attribute of the value of the object.

Another way I forgot:
28 is the attribute of the value of the object.
 
See how nicely it rolls down? Now if I can go in the other direction…
 
Sorry. I just paid $11.99 for a yearly subscription to something I used to get for free (sentence diagramming) but nobody does it like this and I’d used it for years as a thinking tool
 
(I know it’s not a linguistics thing as it’s vague in parts, English specific and old fashioned, but it helps me)
The object with an attribute with a value of 28 isn’t.
 
Ok, now I can go from 28 to object and from object to 28.
 
[the other way is: 28 is the value of the attribute of the object, which I should be able to throw on one side of sentence completely as well but it’s the nesting I was seeking. I think.
 
(object(attribute(value(28))))
or
(28(value(attribute(object))))
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