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jQuery: How do I remove an .on(...) event handler correctly?

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I can remove an (object selector).on('focus',..) event handler by using (object selector).off('focus') but of course if there is another 'focus' event handler that will get removed as well.

Is there a way to just remove the event handler I added and not remove any others?
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