What lies on the other side of the Charles. Often tinged with a derogatory connotation: "He never amounted to much; he's a lawyer across the river."
Should be Oacross the rivah.
Should be across the rivah.
I'm from Boston and have never heardhatne
Well now...I'm Bahston bon and bred and of course it should be "rivah" and "loyya".Live in Michigan now for many years and all my letters are back in the proper places along with my pronuciation.
There is also: "The other side of the riva" or "Across the BU Bridge"
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