Trademark

Posted by . updated on 2/19/2011
As you can see within the following book title below, there lies a portion of words which happen to be a sloagan I am needing to register for my business. The portion is "Amaze Your Friends!". My question is...Can I still register my sloagan trademark (Amaze Your Friends!), or not, since it is a part of the following: ""50 Tricks to Teach Your Dog: Amaze Your Friends! Impress Your Family! Challenge Your Dog!""
Thank you in advance, Mike
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