|Falls||community in N Wake County on Neuse River. See also Falls of the Neuse.|
|Falls Branch||rises in E Macon County and flows S into North Prong Ellijay Creek.|
|Falls Branch||rises in S Macon County and flows S into North Fork Coweeta Creek.|
|Falls Branch||rises in S Macon County and flows S into Rabun County, Ga., where it enters Barkers Creek.|
|Falls Branch||rises in E Swain County and flows NW into Tuckasegee River.|
|Falls Branch||rises in SE Swain County and flows N into Yalaka Creek.|
|Falls Creek||rises in N Avery County and flows W into Elk River.|
|Falls Creek||rises in SW Chatham County and flows S into Moore County, where it enters Deep River.|
|Falls Creek||rises in N Cumberland County and flows NE into Carver Creek. Named for the falls just downstream from its junction with Carver Creek.|
|Falls Lake||was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by damming the Neuse River at the community of Falls in Wake County. Provides water supply, recreation, and flood control. Main body of 20 sq. mi. Lake is in Durham and Wake Counties.|
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