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A worker is exposed to a hazardous material at a level that is about 2/3 of the allowable limit, yet is reporting symptoms consistent with exposure to the material. Explain this in terms of exposures and exposure limits, absorbed dose, sampling and analysis, individual factors, and other relevant factors.

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