Definition of Tupper, Sir Charles in English:

Tupper, Sir Charles

Syllabification: Tup·per, Sir Charles
Pronunciation: /ˈtəpər
 
/
( 1821–1915), Canadian Conservative statesman, noted for bringing Nova Scotia into Canada. His ten-week term as prime minister in 1896 was the shortest in Canada’s history.

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