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I'm trying to ID what I think is a Palatino font of some kind. It is a bold italic, but, what makes this different from a Palatino bold italic is (at least what I can tell) the lower case 'y', and the serifs. The usual lower case Palatino italic y has a v form with the y's tail coming off of the upper part of the right ascending part of the v. What I'm looking at has a lower case y that is like a Palatino Nova y, where the tail comes off the bottom of the v, and looks more like a Times font.
Here is an image of the font in question below.