Use TupleVector instead of MultiTypeBlockVector in

Since recently, MultiTypeBlockVector tries to construct a common
field type from its entries, which makes it a bit more strict
in what it accepts as entries.  This makes fail.

Since MultiTypeBlockVector is not actually needed here, simply
replace it by TupleVector, which is more forgiving.
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