Grammatical symbol for ends or end of page?

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The "end of proof" symbol or "halmos" is used by mathmeticians to mark the end of a mathematical proof. It appears as a solid (or sometimes open) box.
The halmos is called a "tombstone" by magazine writers who use it to mark the ends of magazine articles. It had been used by magazine editors and writers before it was adopted by mathmeticians.
Unfortunately, it does not appear on the standard keyboard but is a part of the unicode and other character sets. It is often available (within some software programs) by typing special character sequences. Some writers have used // or [] as an attempt to replicate the box using only the standard keyboard characters.
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Can a grammatically correct sentence end with the word the?

Only in one context, which is seen in the question: you used "the" as a noun exemplar of "the word" and the object of analysis, and not as a grammatical component of the sente