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Tupper

[tuhp-er] /ˈtʌp ər/
noun
1.
Sir Charles, 1821–1915, Canadian statesman: prime minister 1896.
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  • Then in a lower voice she added: “She has been collaborating with Tupper Browne.”

    Hidden Water Dane Coolidge
  • Capylus: a hump on the Tupper side of the segments of many larva.

  • Howe was not at home, but Tupper left his card, and Howe returned the call.

    The Tribune of Nova Scotia

    W. L. (William Lawson) Grant
  • "And Mr. Hynard said he believed he had as good eyesight as you," put in Tupper.

    The Boy from the Ranch

    Frank V. Webster
  • He drew out the gem, and, unsuspectingly passed it to Tupper.

    The Boy from the Ranch

    Frank V. Webster
  • (to Tupper) Ah, you hear what his grateful patients think of him.

    Oh! Susannah! Mark Ambient
  • (having fetched pail—to Tupper) Come aw'y, you talk too much.

    Oh! Susannah! Mark Ambient
  • It's too bad, for that Mrs. Tupper did seem such a friendly old soul.

    The House of Torchy Sewell Ford
  • The provincial Legislature in 1866, it is true, backed Tupper.

    The Canadian Dominion Oscar D. Skelton
  • Tupper crossed the ocean to counter this effort and was successful.

    The Canadian Dominion Oscar D. Skelton

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