American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Mississippi north-northwest of Columbus. It was the site of a Civil War battle (July 14, 1864) in which Union forces defeated the Confederate troops led by Gen. Nathan B. Forrest. Population: 35,900.
“As the novel (based on a true story) is set in Tupelo, the specter of Elvis Presley naturally intrudes, for an over-the-top, heartrending finale.”
“She was born in Tupelo and started the big royal court in Jackson, Pat.”
“They are positive to the core, even the “Right to Vote” which is her parents struggle to check the ballot in Tupelo, Mississippi.”
“The franchises will likely be in Tupelo, Chattanooga, Anniston and Odessa.”
“She spent many months in Tupelo, Mississippi in the early 80s researching Elvis's birthplace and made some lifelong friends there, including Roy Turner, a reasearch assistant who became one of her best friends.”
“Here, Obama sounds and looks like the preacher who has the biggest church and the biggest Cadillac in Tupelo, Mississippi.”
“Walker, who lives in Tupelo, Mississippi, said one of the main reasons she does it is for exercise.”
“Walker, who lives in Tupelo, said one of the main reasons she does it is for exercise.”
“… Gabrielle “Soulhooper” Lott (pictured) of Oxford, Mississippi, started teaching hooping classes in Tupelo this summer.”
“What a message this sends to all those hard working 22 to 26-year olds busting their butt covering car accidents and the pet of the week in Tupelo, Miss. or Yakima, Washington, or kicking butt in Dallas or Miami.”
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