M, N…what’s the difference, really?

I don’t have any wisecracks about this mistake, which is just your typical book typo (this one is from Bill Bryson’s Neither Here Nor There). I’m simply baffled by how the most obvious things go unnoticed. Take a look at the 8th line from the top, where the “n” in the word “costing” has been mistakenly replaced with an “m”.

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