The word of the day today at dictionary.com is "pilcrow", which is the punctuation symbol for "paragraph":
¶.I'm rather fond of this symbol, because I use it frequently in my work, when I've got sentences crammed together and realize there should be a paragraph break between them, or worry that my own formatting is so messy that I'll forget to put in the paragraph break when I transcribe from my handwriting to the typed document.
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The pilcrow makes me think of the manicule, which is the little hand with the pointy finger that means "pay special attention to this text": ☞. I've never used this in anything, but I kind of love it. if I were very rich and had an extra room and nothing to do, maybe I'd decorate the room with pages from old, handwritten manuscripts that contained beautiful, fancy, hand-drawn manicules, like some of the manicules this image search brings up.
Finally, in case you thought my subject line was a dictation error, I present The Hungry Games: