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Let's say I have a product i'm trying to get out onto the market, and i'd like to sell my product in such a way where I can exclude others from selling the same way. Let's say we have the same kind of material and functionality as products alike, yet mine is a smaller, creative version to the common product on the market. Mine ranges in different shapes and sizes, but the functionality of my product is the same as the competition. Let's take for example a square sheet of cookie dough. The cookie dough is sold in just that shape alone and nobody else has altered it. I come along and want to cut out different shapes and sell them into individual boxes. Can I get protection and prevent others from copying my way of selling?

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