We interrupt the new Sci-Fi based format of this blog to impart a bit of SharePoint wisdom:
If you have managed metadata term sets that are part of a content type and they do not appear as a crawled property in the Search Admin, open a library where the content type is used and populate the missing field(s). Search apparently doesn't register those columns if there is no data to be registered.
I posted this because I could not find the direct answer to my question via Google. Maybe I didn't Google hard enough, but even still, here we are. Hope it helped.
An often meandering repository for author and poet Robert C. Murray.
11 July 2014
When Managed Metadata Term Sets are Missing from the Crawled Properties List in SharePoint Online
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